.040 Styrene with a .125 Spaced V-Groove Design from Evergreen Scale Models. Manufacturers' number 4125. I was going to scribe them, but the grooves on this styrene sheet were almost a perfect match, so I used them. I don't get that lucky with models very often.
I enjoyed it as well. Nothing will ever surpass the New Hope Star Destroyer flyover. I had never seen anything like that in my life. WOW! I think the 1977 release will always be my favorite because I had never experienced anything like it before. Nowadays, awesome effects are pretty much a given.
Looks great! For those of you considering a '65 Bonneville build, the Bonneville script in the grille should be on the hood. The change might be more hassle than it's worth, but at least the info is out there...I like the Iris mist!
I use Brake Fluid. If it fails, I use Easy-off. In the cases where it doesn't work well, Testor's Easy Lift Off (ELO) does. I've even stripped Tamiya and Duplicolor lacquers, though it may take a few sessions.